Open House: Saturday Jan 16 between 1 – 4 PM
1214 3rd Ave, Country Club Park/Arlington Heights
Beds, Baths: 4 BR, 3 BA
Floor Area: 3,714 sq. ft.
Per the Listing: “Inverstment [sic] opportunity. location location location. very well maintained huge house. buyer verify all permit. historic preservation overlay zones (HPOZ). a lot of original fixture and beautiful interior / check picture. the house is alive as 1920, House is not built as this style anymore.”
Well, this old gal—which, ahem, was actually built in 1910, not 1920—certainly seems to have had a bit of a whirlwind year. According to public records, it last traded hands just six months ago for $840,000. Less than a week later, it was flung back onto the market with the very specific asking price of $1.091 million, which got trimmed down to $999,000 on October 24. A few weeks later, it went pending, only to be relisted almost immediately, then went pending again, then relisted/priceupped, and so on, which brings us to today. We wish we could tell you more about the house—maybe (hint hint!) the listing agent will be a bit more forthcoming with photos and information in its next go-round?
1214 3rd Ave [Redfin]